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151 14 Nov 1949 Gloversville NY
A personal shower was held for Miss Arlie Jean Danforth of Neliston by Mrs. Alice Headlee Friday
night at Union Hall in this city.
Miss Danforth. who Is to be married in the near future to Robert Miller of Fort Plain, received many gifts.
Marriage-22 Apr 1950 Fort Plains NY Gloversville NY
A reception at the Manor, East Creek, followed the ceremony, after which the couple left for the New England states. The bride, a graduate of Fort Plain high school, is employed in the Beech-Nut Co. office, Canajoharie. Mr. Miller, also a graduate of Fort Plain High, is associated with the Fort Plain Motor Sales.
19 Jan 2011 Gloversville NY
OBITUARY
Mrs. Arlie J. Miller, 82, formerly of Brightman Street, Nelliston, New York, died Tuesday, January 18, 2011 at St. Mary?s Hospital, following a brief illness.
Born on May 1, 1928 in Johnstown, NY, she was the daughter of Benjamin Danforth and Viola Green Danforth. She was a graduate of Fort Plain High School, class of 1946 and was a lifelong local area resident.
Mrs. Miller worked in Beech-Nut?s Credit Department for approximately 10 years then went to work for the Ben Franklin Store in Fort Plain for many years.
She was a member of the Fort Plain United Methodist Church.
Mrs. Miller was an Exempt Member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Fort Plain Fire Department, a member of the Women?s Society of the Fort Plain United Methodist Church and the Afternoon Circle of the Church.
On April 22, 1950 at the Fort Plain Reformed Church, she was married to Robert Miller, Jr. He preceded her in death on August 20, 2000.
Mrs. Miller is survived by her daughters, Robin Ossian of Gilbert, AZ, Kathy Maddox of Iowa,LA; son, Brian R. Miller of Tempe, AZ; 7 grandchildren and 1 great-granddaughter.
Services will be announced in the Spring. Arrangements are under the direction of Gray-Houghtaling & Smith Funeral Home, 34 Center Street, Fort Plain, NY 13339. 
Danforth, Arlie Jean (I23784)
 
152 14 Sep 2017-The following from Georgianna Landy Kordis:
The name Landy came when my grandfather came to the U.S. and they asked the name...I'm sure he said Lannie but with the accent they wrote Landy...I have heard that is how things were going at that time...so many italian's had names changed ... this is what i have heard...
all those other logues you have listed would be something marie dawn would have....hopefully
I got patsy's info from his wife...she said, bea, ray & jimmie logue were doing some research and has some paper work...she said she would look through them to see what we could use.... not sure she will but hopefully...is she does i will let you know...
Census-1925 Jamestown NY Fario B. Landy 29 yrs Italy naturalized 1923 cleaning & dying, Margaret 25 yrs Italy alien, Clemetine 6 yrs NY, Mary 4 yrs NY, Donald 2 yrs NY, Louis 1 yrs NY, brother Frederick V. 27 yrs Italy naturalized 1921.
Census-1930 Jamestown NY Fabio Landy 34 yrs, Margaret 30 yrs, Clementine 10 yrs, Mary 8 yrs, Donald 7 yrs.
Find a Grave-Jamestown NY Holy Sepulchre Cemetery 87296359. 
Landy, Donald G. (I05466)
 
153 15 Aug 1938 Maple Grove Northville Fulton Co NY
OBITUARY
Frank Cramer, 63, Taken By Death
Proprietor of Baking Business Suffered Strokes
Northville---Frank Cramer, 63, died yesterday afternoon at his home in Maple Grove about 2:30 o'clock. He had been ill for several weeks, the result of several strokes.
He was born at Caroga on June 3, 1875, the son of John Cramer and the late Augusta Conklin Cramer. Moving to Northville about 36 years ago he was employed for a time in the baking business.
Approvimately 28 years ago he moved to a farm in Maple Grove and since had been occupied in farm work.
Mr. Cramer married Minnie Conklin 41 years ago. She survives him, together with four daughters, Mrs. Victor Olmstead, Luella and Verna Cramer of Northville and Mrs. Elizabeth Adams of Mier, Pa.: five sons, Clarence, Clinton, Marvin, Perry and Elwyh of Northville, his father, John Cramer of Northville.
A prayer service will be held in Yates & Corey funeral home at 1:30 tomorrow afternoon and services will be conducted at 2 o'clock in the Holiness Mission with the Rev. A.E. Blann officiating.
Burial will be made in Prospect cemetery in Northville. 
Cramer, Frank L. (I11078)
 
154 15 Feb 2017- THE REST OF THE STORY-I have connected Clement Corey as a son of Rufus and Margaret McIntosh Corey in order to display his story as I believe circumstantially that he was their birth son. This is my disclaimer.
A few years back contact was made with Billie May Higley Bowden of South Dakota. Her line is mother, Cora May Litwiler 10 Aug 1914-18 May 1981 CA, grandmother, Cornelia Elizabeth Corey 24 Jan 1877-21 Dec 1953 CA, great grandfather, Alexander Corey 15 May 1840+-PA 23 Dec 1915 PA, great great-grandfather, Clement Corey 1820+- NY-1840 +- PA.
The hand down story to Billie is that Clement, and his wife Emily Johnson/Johnston possibily born PA, had moved to Crawford Co PA from NY State and were killed in a horse carriage accident in either Crawford or Erie Co PA. Leaving their son, Alexander, their only child. She nor any member of her family have been able to determine the parents of Clement.
Billie and I communicated for a spell and were never able to make any headway in determining who the parents of Clement may have been. Then because of a nagging belief in the back of my head that it is very possible that Clement was the son of Rufus Corey, I again contacted Billie Dec 2016 and we have over the last few weeks discussed and discussed my belief and have arrived at the conclusion that Clement circumstanialy is the son of Rufus.
There apparently were two Corey lines that moved into Crawford Co PA. To my knowledge there has been no direct connection made between these two lines. My direct line Rufus Corey and his brothers, Benjamin and Enos moved into the the townships of Athens, Richmond and Randolph by 1840. The other line moved into the townships of Conneaut and Beaver, even into the SW area of Erie Co PA.
I had in the way past talked with volunteer, Enid Corey, at the Meadville PA Historical Society who was connected to this other Corey line, at the time she told me to her knowledge the two lines were not connected. Unfortunately, it was not pressing at that time to pursue it further. Jan 2017 I made contact with the HS in Meadville and was told Enid Corey had died. I was given her daughters email, contacted her and she advised she knew little about the Coreys, she has her mother's research in her garage and when time allows will sift through it. Darn another dead end.
There is no doubt in my mind that these two Corey lines were in fact related. They both came from NY, settled in western Crawford Co and the SW area of Erie Co PA by 1840, and a heavy presence by 1850. By then Benjamin and Enos, brothers to Rufus had moved onto WI, while Rufus and family remained in Crawford Co PA.
It is a well known fact to all researchers that family followed family. Just because there is not found a direct connection does not mean these families were not connected.
The following is Billie's and my combined circumstanial evidence that Clement Corey born about 1820 was very possibly the son of Rufus Corey:
1. Census-1830 Allegany Co NY Males: und 5 yrs-2, 5/10 yrs-2,15/20 yrs -1, 40/50 yrs-1 Females: und 5 yrs -1, 5/10 yrs-1, 10/15 yrs-1, 15/20 yrs-1, 30/40 yrs. Und 5 yrs-Andrew Jackson, Martin VanBuren. 5/10 yrs-Clement.
Census-1840 Athens Crawford Co PA Rufus (Cary) Males: und 5 yrs-2, 5/10 yrs-1, 10/15 yrs-2, 15/20 yrs-2, 50/60 yrs-1// Females: und 5 yrs-1, 5/10 yrs-1,10/15 yrs-2, 30/40 yrs-1.
Now understand there is no definitive proofs found exactly when Clement was born, nor the year he and his wife died. But with the below census for Clement's son, Alexander it is established Clement and his wife died between 1840-1850.
Census-1850 Girard Erie Co PA Hiram Bolles 42 yrs NY farmer, Abida 42 yrs NY, Alexander Corey 14 yrs PA.
Martin Van Buren Corey, brother to Clement, named a son, Sylvester Clement Corey b Jan 1856 Crawford Co PA.
Alexander Corey, son of Clement, named a son, Daniel Sylvester Corey. So here is a very important common thread between the two families.

 
Corey, Clement (I03350)
 
155 15 Mar 2010
Received a phone number from Albert Cundiff, it is only one he had for Melissa A. Moore, daughter of Dolly Ann Butts (Mary Patricia Lee Cundiff). I called the number and left a message as to who I was and why I was calling.
I received a call from Melissa today while in Jefferson City exchanging our old cell phone for a new one. I couldn't talk very long because of this. I called her later and we talked a good hour. She is a single Mom with a 13 yr old daughter and a 3 yr old son. She is at present enrolled in college, she would like to be a Game Warden. She does talk on occasion with her sister Lori who lives in Tampa FL. Lori was put up for adoption when her mother gave birth at a very young age of 16 yrs +-. Dolly had told Melissa that she was forced to sign or didn't realize the papers she signed was to give Lori up for adoption. She was adopted by friends of Dolly's adopted parents Ralph and Jerry Lee in FL. Both Lee and their friends were (Carnies) carnival workers.
I was very impressed with Melissa after talking with her. In fact I called Rae and gave her Melissa's phone number, she is going to call her.
Melissa, Joanne, Rae and myself are very happy. Melissa was elated to hear that her Grandmother Mary is still alive. She was sure she had passed years ago.
I told Melissa the story of the triplets and how my search for her and her Mother came about. Let me tell you this is one happy beginning of a long and very sad story about the Lanning triplets, Mable, Mildred and Mary. These last few weeks have been a real adventure in that they tested ones true ability to be a stick to family researcher. 
Moore, Melissa (I09712)
 
156 16 Aug 1987 Sunday Erie Times News
Wallace M. Fritts, 77, 3812 w. 32nd St., died Friday morning at Millcreek Community Hospital after a lengthy illness.
He was born in Erie, Feb 11, 1910, the son of the late Guy and Iva (Bergdall) Fritts.
Until his retirement in 1974, Mr. Fritts was the Superintendent of Transportation for Airco in Buffalo.
Survivors include his widow, Cora (Shea) Fritts; a daughter, Mrs Warren (Carole) Wilkes III of Tonawanda, NY, a brother Edwin Fritts of Erie; two sisters, Autumn Southworth and Dorothy Harter, both of Erie; and two grandsons.
Burial will be at Laurel Hill Cemetery. 
Fritts, Wallace M. (I05045)
 
157 16 Dec 2009
3 Mar 1991 Copy of Warranty Deed rec'd via online from Venice Sarasota Co FL signed by Merle W. Kremer in Maricopa Co AZ where he sold property to Sharon S. Vander Wulp in Venice FL. His wife, Ardis R. Kremer had died prior to Mar 1991.
No obit found. 
Kremer, Merle W. (I08819)
 
158 16 Dec 2016
I have not been able to find any connection between Theodore T. and Albert and Martha L. Hughes Charter. There are several onlne that claim Theodore was a son of Albert and Martha.
Marriage License-07 Mar 1927 Taloga Dewey Co OK Theodore T. Charter 22 yrs b 1904 +- NM residence OK, d 1978 WY, and Louie Lee Kettle 16 yrs of age b GA, consent by her mother: Mrs. Charles Graham. Witnesses: Mrs./ Chas Graham and Mrs. E.G. Charter. 
Charter, Theodore Travis (I26791)
 
159 16 Dec 2016-No obit, death notice only. McCommas, Jettie M. (I26787)
 
160 16 Feb 1934 Cherokee Co IA
OBITUARY
Wm. Henry Simmons was born in Dupage county, Illinois, Jan 10, 1859. He lived in the community after his birth until he was 14 years of age when he moved with his parents to Iowa, settling in Pilot township, Cherokee county.
On May 15, 1884, he was married to Nettie Barnes. Following their marriage he settled on a farm near Good Hope church and lived on the farm most of his married life except the the time spent in several trips to California.
Eight children were born into the home, all of whom are living: Mrs. Minnie Laposky of South Dakota,; Walter Simmons of Cherokee; Mrs. Fannie Woodley of Merrill; C.B. Simmons of Cherokee; C.A. Simmons of Cherokee; Mrs. Laura Peters of Guyersville, Calif.; Mrs. Geneva Greve of Minneapolis; L.C. Simmons of Webster, Wis.
Besides his wife and children he leaves one brother, Walter N. Simmons, of Cherokee, 33 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren.
Mr. Simmons has been more or less complaining for the past year but did not take his bed until a week before he died. The death of Mr. Simmons is the first death to occur in his immediate family.
Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery.
Find a Grave-Cherokee Cherokee Co IA Oak Hill Cemetery w/ wife 65534984. 
Simmons, William Henry (I14014)
 
161 16 Feb 2011 Finally found her obit...I fully understand she is no blood relation to the Rhodes, but she was a very popular young woman that had become an accomplished Harpest. She performed many times within her community and the Schenectady area as a soloist, and had her own studio in Schenectady where she taught students.
Her family was very popular and influential within the community. She had a very bright future as a Harpest, until taken by appendicitis. She was to be married to Nerses Partlkian Oct 15, 1921. 
Collins, Celenda M. (I11342)
 
162 16 Feb 2012 Springhill LA
OBITUARY
Funeral services for Philora "Phil" Hull Ownbey, age 86, will be held Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 3:00 PM in Trinity Worship Center, located on Academy Lane, Springhill, LA, with Rev. Tommy Brown officiating. Interment will follow in Springhill Cemetery under the direction of Bailey Funeral, Springhill, LA.
Visitation will begin Saturday at 5:00 PM until 8:00 PM at Bailey Funeral Home.
Phil was born August 31, 1925, the youngest of eleven children, to John and Rosa B. Kottenbrook in Farmerville, LA and departed from this world February 15, 2012 peacefully in her home after a lengthy illness.
After marrying Jon E. Hull in 1946, they moved to Springhill and established Hull Furniture and were in business there for over 50 years as well as Mademoiselle Ladies Apparel and was there for over 40 years. They were members of Central Baptist Church for many years where they served in many capacities and established many lifelong friends. Later they became charter members of Trinity Worship Center and became instrumental in establishing the Christian Academy.
She was preceded in death by her husband, of 56 years, Jon E. Hull in 2002.
Many years later she married a former sweetheart, from her early adult years, James Ruel Ownbey of Cleveland, TN. He also preceded Phil in death in November of 2010.
Phil and both husbands served our Dear Lord and Savior faithfully and touched many lives over the years.
She is survived by daughter, Jonette Ruth Hull Garrett and husband, Mack of FL; (chosen daughter, Sherri K. Thurman and husband, Mike;) Haven't a clue what a chosen daughter is? granddaughter, Amanda; grandson, Jon, all of Springhill, LA; Godchild, Anna Nickerson Frye and husband, Matt and daughter, Tinlee of Bossier City, LA; step-daughter, Jennifer Link of VA; step-sons, Rudy Ownbey, Jimmy Ownbey; their wives, children and grandchildren of Cleveland, TN and number of nieces and nephews.
Phil had two very special friends, Reba Robinson and Jean Florey who have also preceded her in death.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Serving as pallbearers will be Ricky Kottenbrook, Don Kottenbrook, David Kottenbrook, Jake Kottenbrook and Brandon Kottenbrook, Cory Kottenbrook, Lamar Ogburn, Dakoda Maples and Don Rhodes.  
Kottenbrook, Philora May (I26139)
 
163 16 Jan 1934 Tuesday The Saratogian
MRS. LYFORD, 69, LONG ILL, DEAD
Corinth, Jan 16. (Special)--Mrs Amelia Lyford, widow of Arthur Lyford, died last evening at 10 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs Gilbert R. Reagles, upper Main street, where she has resided for the past several years.
Mrs. Lyford was first stricken ill in 1922 and for nearly 12 years was a semi-invalid, being only partly able to help herself. Her second paralytic stroke afflicted her early Saturday morning and her condition became critical over the week-end.
Mrs Lyford was born 69 years ago in Fort Ann and the greater part of her life was spent as a resident of Corinth and Hadley. She was for many years a devoted member of the Methodist Episcopal church of this village.
Surviving are her two daughters, Mrs Reagles; two sons, Edward and Walter A. Lyford, of this village; one sister, Mrs Edward Blanchard of Whitehall, and two brothers, John Dalton of this village and Walter Dalton of Saratoga springs. Three grandchildren also survive.
The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the late residence in Main street. The Rev Leonard A. Bard, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church will conduct the service. Burial will be in the family plot in the Corinth Rural cemetery.
Just to allow us a little insight into the times of 1934 Corinth Saratoga Co NY another article in with the above obit is a short story about a man while driving in the country purports to have seen three wolves crossing the road as his vehicle crested a small hill. We must understand that Saratoga Co other then a few cities/towns was covered with dense forest 
Forbes, Amelia H. (I04802)
 
164 16 Jan 2018: following info from Tricia Rawski Rodgers MI: Her investigation with DNA produced a match to Edward and Eleanor VanHorn Lanning.
Find a Grave-London Monroe Co MI London Township Cemetery 76717966.
Wife Hetty Elizabeth Lanning 04 Jun 1819 Long Island NY 24 Mar 1903 Washtenaw Co MI 69901080. Parents: William Flower 1778-1835. Mother Lodemia Weeks Shaw 1793-1863. Daughter Mary E. Lanning 14 May 1857 Washtenaw Co MU 27 Apr 1937 London Monroe Co MI. 75716847 Married Jacob B. Fuller 1847-1929.
Children: Jennie F. Fuller Barnes 1876-1959. Stephen L. Fuller 1890-1957.
Tricia Rawski Rodgers: so allow us to introduce you to another of E&E's kids:
Rev Stephen S Lanning, b 27 May 1809 NY. d. 1890 (his death return was delayed by a year so some paperwork indicates 1891 but his death was noted in the newspaper in 1890 and 1890 is the year on his headstone)
First wife Jane Baker. 1st Child: Edward Baker Lanning, who was raised by Jane's family in NY after her death.
Second wife Hattie Flowers. 2nd child: Mary Lanning.
Mary m Jacob Fuller and they had two kids: Stephen Lanning Fuller b 1890 (this is Lorna's line) and Jennie (she married Penn Barnes)
Edward married twice, his line died out either with his kid generation or the next as far as I have determined with a male who died around age 10.
Stephen was a minister with the Free Will Baptist Church and at one point was temporarily authorized to act as a minister for the Methodist Church conference of which RC was a part of -- it was in annual conference meeting minutes one year. However, it was contingent on him becoming ordained in the Methodist church and I haven't found any indication he did that and the archives at Adrian do not have a file on him, so I'm guessing he didn't go through with it.
Overtime I will be adding SS and his descendants to our main tree on ancestry. We would have mentioned him sooner if we had anything solid that it was him before the DNA match (you know how much of a stickler i am for as concrete as possible) but because we didn't, I figured he was just one of the multitude of various random Lanning and VanHorn folks we're tracking in the hopes of stumbling upon a connection.
Stephen's line is not without its marks on history -- Edward B Lanning served in the Civil War, Stephen Lanning Fuller was a noted musician/composer, one of the young ladies down the line is also a dancer, singer, and dancer per her webpages.
We hold out hope of everntually finding a way to solve the question if Joseph is son or nephew to E&E, esp as that was the other half of the mission I sent those three Lanning men on.
Census-1840 Benton Yates Co NY SS Lanning Males: und 5 yrs-1, 30/39 yrs-1//Females: 20/29 yrs-1
Census-1850 Augusta Washtenaw Co MI Cornelius Biddle...Stephan S. (S)anning 40 yrs NY clergyman.
Census-1860 Woodland Barry Co MI Stephen S. Laning 51 yrs NY farmer, Hetty E. 41 yrs LI NY, Mary E. 3 yrs MI.
Census-1870 Augusta Washtenaw Co MI Stephie Laming (anc.com) 60 yrs NY farmer, Hattie E. 51 yrs NY, Mary E. 13 yrs MI, Rose Harmon 6 yrs MI, Adelied Harmon 16 yrs MI.
Census-1880 Augusta MI Steven S. Laning 71 yrs NY minister, Elizabeth 61 yrs NJ, dau Mary 23 yrs MI, son/law Joseph B. ( not listed as Fuller) OH PA ?, Jenny 3 yrs MI.
Name Stephen S. Lauring
Gender Male
Death Date 16 Oct 1891
Death Place Augusta, Washtenaw, Michigan
Age 81
Birth Date 1810
Birthplace New York
Occupation Farmer
Race White
Marital Status Married
Citation
"Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FHR8-MJR : 10 February 2018), Stephen S. Lauring, 16 Oct 1891; citing Augusta, Washtenaw, Michigan, reference v 2 p 109; FHL microfilm 1,019,063. 
Lanning, Stephen S. (I31572)
 
165 16 JUl 1907 Tuesday The Chautauqua News
Seymour Eggleston died at his home on North street Thursday evening about 8 o'clock, after a brief illness of less than a week. Several days ago he was taken suddenly with pains near the stomach and he rapidly grew worse. His daughter inBrooklyn did not get the telegram for 24 hours after it was sent and was unable to get here before he died.
Deceased was 54 years of age and had always been a resident of this vicinity.
He leaves besides a widow, five children, Miss Helen Eggleston of Brooklyn, Ernest Eggleston of Chautauqua, Claude Eggleston of Portland Orrin and James who reside at home.
The funeral was held in the Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. Green attending. Burial took
place in the Greenwood cemetery.
Those from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Eggleston, James Tanner, wife and son, Francis Rollins
and daughter, Mrs. Chas. Case and son, all of Chautauqua, Claude Eggleston and wife of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. C.E. Schluer of Warren, PA. 
Eggleston, Seymour (I14810)
 
166 16 Jun 2008 California MO
Bloomington IN Social Security records finds one Deforest Haskell born 12 Feb 1908 died Apr 1969, # 108-05-9720 issued NY State. Is this son of George and Emily, I believe it is.
 
Haskell, DeForest (I05388)
 
167 16 Jun 2008 California MO
Social Security records found an Ira Haskell b 4 Apr 1904 d Jan 1985 Lakewood Chautauqua Co NY, SS # 071 10 9281.
Is this Ira son of George and Emily? 
Haskell, Ira E. (I05387)
 
168 16 Mar 1929 Saturday The Saratogian
ARTHUR LYFORD DIES AT CORINTH WITH PNEUMONIA
Corinth, March 16 (Special)---Arthur Lyford of Upper Main street, for 48 years a resident of Corinth, died this morning at 10 o'clock at the home of his daughter, Mrs Anna Reagles. He had been ill for 12 days.
Mr. Lyford was a native of Edinburg, born there 68 years ago.
He had been very active in village affairs before being stricken with the attack of pneumonia, that caused his death. He was recently removed from his home to the Reagles where he was under the constant care of a physician and two nurses.
For over 40 years he was employed at the local plant of the I.P.C. He was a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and Adironick Council, J.O.U.A.M.
At the present time, his widow is also very ill.
He is survived by his widow; one daughter, Mrs. Anna Reagles; two sons, Edward and Walter Lyford, the latter of whom is the proprietor of the Corinth Bakery: two brother, Seymour Lyford of Fonda and Fred Lyford of Edinburgh, and two grandchildren.
The funeral will be held on Monday at 2 o'clock at the Reagles' home, the Rev. L.A. Bard of the Methodist church, officiating. Burial will be in the Corinth Rural cemetery.  
Lyford, Arthur A. (I04828)
 
169 16 May 1997 Argyle Washington Co NY
Roger G. Sellingham, 73 of Lick Springs Rd., died Friday, May 16, 1997, at the Glens Falls Hospital.
Born on Jan 19, 1924 in Glens Falls, he was the son of the late Dayton and Bernice Ashe Sellingham.
During World II he served with the U.S. Army.
Roger retired in 1984 from the General Electric Plant in Hudson Falls where he worked for 36 years.
He enjoyed hunting, fishing and bolwing.
Five brothers and three sisters died before him.
He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Beverly Agnes (O'Dell)Sellingham, two daughters, Nancy Warner and Michele Sellingham, both of Glens Falls; four sons, Stephen of Glens Falls, Chris, Randi and Shaune Sellingham, all of Argyle, three sisters, Bernice Rhodes, of Utica, Elizabeth Rozell of South Glens Falls and Lousie Wilcox of Hadley-Luzerne; 17 grandchildren, Mark and Todd Cleavland, Joshua, Michael, Tyler, Teresa, Beth Ann, Heahter and Alisha Sellingham. Daniel and Matthew Stemp, Gene Warner, Matthew and Jason Wilkin, Christopher Wade, Joanna Jones and Nathan Byrnes; five great grandchildren, Felica, Courtney, Todd II and Benjamin Cleavland and Naomi Jones.
Graveside services will be held at a later date at the Union Cemetery in the Town of Fort Edward.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Carleton Funeral Home, Hudson Falls. 
Sellingham, Roger G. (I06141)
 
170 16 Sep 1968 Monday The Republican-Courier Findlay OH
Deaths--Obituaries
Hancock County
D. DELORES PRICE
Mrs. D. Delores Price, 54, of 1130 Washington Ave., a licensed practical nurse, died at 8:20 a.m. yesterday in Blanchard Valley Hospital of lymphosocoma, She had been ill two years.
Born Jan 14, 1914 in Cygnet, she was a daughter of Emory and Addie (Parr) Bateson. Her stepmother, Mrs. Freda Bateson, survives at Tontogany.
On Sept 25, 1933 she was married to Earl R. Price who survives as do three sons, Earl E., Robert R. and William E. all of Findlay; two daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Ruth E. ) Ray, Findlay and Mrs. Robert (Delores A.) Errett, Tontogany; 11 grandchildren, four stepsisters, Mrs. Meredith Springer, Findlay, Mrs. Donald Taylor, Maumee, Mrs. Anne Jane Titus, Tontogany; Mrs. Raymond Roberts, Grand Rapids; a stepbrother, Emory Bateson jr, Tontogany. A child, Carol Sue, died in infancy.
Mrs. Price was a member of the Blanchard Ave Pentecostal Church ofr 20 years. In 1918 she came here from Cygnet.
Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Miles Funeral Home with
the Rev A.A. Dudash and the Rev Howard E. Spriggs officiating.
Burial will be in Memory Gardens.
Find a Grave-Arcadia Hancock Co OH 106456185. 
Bateson, Dionah Delores (I01114)
 
171 17 Feb 1999 Ft Edward Saratoga Co NY
OBITUARY
Lanieta E. "Sis" (Doty) Luttman, 86, of Burgoyne Avenue, died Tuesday Feb 16, 1999, at Glens Falls Hospital.
Born on August 23, 1912, in Fort Edward, she was the daughter of Beacher and Lula (Shepard) Doty.
Mrs. Luttman owned and operated the Broadway Beauty Parlor in Fort Edward for over 40 years. During this time Mrs. Luttman donated her tips to the SPCA.
Mrs. Luttman's husband, Richard died on June 21, 1996.
Survivors include her brother, Herbert "Bud" Doty of Fort Edward and a niece Marilyn Doty of Fort Edward.
Burial will be in the spring at Union Cemetery in Fort Edward. 
Doty, Lanieta (I05022)
 
172 17 Jan 1969 Friday Amsterdam Recorder
OBITUARY
Miss Sena C. Johnson, 81, of 54 McNeir Ave., died at 11 a.m. Thursday in Amsterdam Memorial Hospital following a long illness.
Miss Johnson was born in Northville Nov. 5, 1887, a daughter of Lawrence and Dora Rhodes Johnson, and had lived in Amsterdam since childhood. She was employed in the Mohawk Carpet Mills for 41 years, retiring in 1949.
Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Albrecht, Schenectady, and Miss Cora Johnson, Amsterdam; three brothers, William, James H. and Christian C. Johnson, Amsterdam; three nieces and one nephew. 
Johnson, Sena J. (I05745)
 
173 17 Jan 2010
Researching online Public Family Trees I found Mercy listed as being married to a Hiram Gage b 1814 d 1870 Knox Albany NY.
1850 NY Warren Co census her age is listed as 26 yrs living with her parents.
1860 NY Albany Co census her age is listed as 30 yrs living with Hiram Gage
1870 NY Albany Co census her age is listed as 40 yrs " " " "
1880 NY Albany Co census her age is listed as 50 yrs widow
1900 NY NY census her age is listed as 68 yrs born Feb 1830 ? widow
The online Family Tree lists her ages: 1860 37 yrs, 1870, not listed, 1880 57 yrs and 1900 77 yrs. I'm certainly not saying this Mercy is not the daughter of Nahum and Hephzibah as they have her listed, but it makes me wonder how they established her ages the various census years?
I'm going to go ahead and list her as their daughter, being married to Hiram Gage and mother of children. 1850 NY census Hiram's wife was listed as Roba 33 yrs. 
White, Mercy (I09137)
 
174 17 Jun 2008 Calif MO
Researching Haskell's, whom the Lannings married into, there is no doubt this Merl M. b Jun 1891 Chautauqua Co NY and located WW1 Draft Registration Corry PA 1917 are one and the same person.
Social Security Records finds a Merle Haskell b 23 Jun 1890 d Feb 1974 Jamestown Chautauqua Co NY
# 169 07 1500 issued Penna. No doubt in my mind this is same Merle. 
Haskell, Merle Miller (I05384)
 
175 17 Jun 2013 Meadville Tribune Meadville PA
OBITUARY
Melvin Lewis Williams, 80, of Meadville, passed away Sunday, June 16, 2013, at Meadville Medical Center. He was born April 16, 1933, in Guys Mills, a son of John and Retta Williams. He married Joanne Lance. He was a U.S. Army veteran and worked as an auto body technician for Howick Auto Body and Dillaman Brothers. Melvin enjoyed fishing, camping and rebuilding cars. He is survived by a son, Russell Williams and his wife, Coriena, of Meadville; two grandchildren, Alex Williams of Meadville and U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Justin Williams of Camp Lejeune; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; a brother; and a sister. There will be no calling hours or services. Memorial donations may be made in Melvin?s memory to the Crawford County Humane Society, 11012 Kennedy Hill Road, Meadville, Pa. 16335.
Arrangements are in the care of Roofner-Collins-Warren Funeral Home and Cremation Services Inc., 544 Chestnut St., Meadville.  
Williams, Melvin Lewis (I27441)
 
176 1763 May 04 William Horton and wife Abia of Westchester Co (NY) sold the land given him by Will of father dated 176-, land on which he was living; and the same land and acreage which his father Joseph had purchased.
Abstract of Wills recorded at White Plains, Westchester County NY subsequent to May 1, 1787:
William Horton, of Yorktown, yeoman; Dec 20, 1799; devised to wife Abiah the profit of one third of estate; to sons Daniel and William the farm "now in my possession;" son William to pay Ambrose thirty pounds; mentioned dau. Martha Haight, dau. Rachael Rhoades(Rhoads); dau. Margaret; son Gabriel; Grdson Joseph Horton. Executors, son William Horton and John Conklin. Wit. John Conklin, James Haight, Gilbert Hadden. ( A receipt for the original Will of William Horton signed by the executors John Conklin and William Horton, personally, on the record book June, 1803) . Probated May 18, 1801.
There has, by my research, been no data revealed for Ambrose, Joseph, William or Daniel. I have no idea where they were even living in 1801, date their Father's Will was probated. Viewing the 1790 Westchester Co NY census there is found 1 Ambrose, and another in Suffolk Co NY. 2 Daniels found Westchester Co NY, and 5 Williams Westchester Co. So which is which?
1800 Weschester Co NY Census presents the same confusion, too many Williams, etc. Not sure that it is all that important to find the correct children, my venture is to actually use this information to reveal additional information for Richard and Rachel Horton Rhodes.
No doubt there is someone from their line out there that may be able to provide info, but where and how to contact them, that is the question.
The most important factor in his Will is naming his daughter Rachael HORTON Rhoads is that she married Richard Rhodes and their son William Henry Rhodes is my grt grandfather, who is the father of my grandfather Isaac Newton Rhodes. 
Horton, William (I00558)
 
177 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gault, Dawn E. (I02385)
 
178 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Liegey, Wayne C. (I09579)
 
179 18 Jul 1945 Union City Erie Co PA online library
Ainsworth, Charles F., age 36, passed away Wed., July 18, 1945. Survived by his wife, Grace, his father, Charles Ainsworth, two brothers, Clarence and Connie and one sister, Ruth Ainsworth.  
Ainsworth, Charles Toohey (I04107)
 
180 1805
10 Jan
Age: 23Marriage to Sarah Biggers
Starkey, Yates Co., Ny
"Eden Booth married Sally Biggers. Theirs was the first wedding in Starkey. They were little folk of small stature, but their marriage was a great event." History and Directory of Yates Co. Stafford Cleveland 
Biggers, Sarah (I10238)
 
181 1816 Sep 11 Stillwater Saratoga Co NY Mormon Records: Norman, Polly, Smith, William and Electa were christened in the First Congregational Church in Stillwater.
Census-1840 NY no luck in finding correct Jonathan Baker by age. With information Lyman Lyon was born CT, checking 1840 CT census, no luck in matching Abel and Lyman by age to any Lyon found, there were a bunch.
Census-1850 Day Saratoga Co NY Jonathan Baker 55 yrs CT farmer, Mary 44 yrs NY, Fanny 5 yrs NY, Paulina 3 yrs NY, Abel Lyon 13 yrs NY, Elizabeth Lyon 88 yrs NY, Lyman Lyon 11 yrs CT, Thankful Warren 63 CT.
Family above Baker 1850 census is Newman Young 53 yrs CT, Elisa 54 yrs CT, Jude (?) 66 yrs NY, John 16 yrs CT. Could this Newman Young be Mary's husband 1860? I believe it is.
2015 Jun 13 Email from Jen Metcalf, Rhodes connection. She believes Mary was married to a Lyon (s) for a 3rd marriage? I mention this here in reference to the above census listing her apparent Lyon children.
Census-1855 Edinburg Saratoga Co NY Polly Baker 48 yrs, Abel 18 yrs, Lyman 16 yrs, Fanny 10 yrs, Perlina 4 yrs, all born Saratoga Co NY. Also, surname of Abel and Lyman by 1850 NY census was Lyon.
Census-1860 Day Saratoga Co NY Newman Young 62 yrs CT farmer, Mary 53 yrs NY, John Young 26 yrs NY Farmer, Fanny Baker 15 yrs NY, Electa Baker (Paulina?) 13 yrs NY, by age it would be.
Interesting if this Mary is the daughter of David and Thankful her brother Norman and family are listed top of this census page.
Census-1865 Edinburg Saratoga Co NY Newman Youngs 67 yrs Conn Farmer, Mary 58 yrs born Saratoga Co , Mother of 4 children, married 3 times b Saratoga Co, Fanny Baker 20 yrs, born Fulton Co, Pauline 18 yrs born Fulton Co.
Census-1870 Mary is not to be found with Young last name. But strange as it may seem there is the following found:
Census-1875 Edinburgh Saratoga Co NY Newman Young 72 yrs farmer Conn, Polly 63 yrs NY, Fanny 25 yrs NY.
No doubt this is same family, but where does the name Polly enter in?
2009 Nov I'm going to go ahead and list both husbands/children for Mary as 1st Lyon (s) 2nd Baker, 3rd Newman.
Census-1880 Day Saratoga Co NY Fanny Flausburgh 35 yrs NY RI NY widow, Maude 4 yrs NY, Mother Mary Young 75 yrs NY NY NY widow.
It is quite obvious that Polly was married three times and bore 4 children...note 1865 census. Try to find a Lyon on 1840 NY census that has two sons under 5 yrs, has proved fruitless. And NY doesn't have an 1845 census.
I have been able to locate Abel Lyon, married to Susan 1900, 10, 20 NY Saratoga Co census, with two sons Emer, died young, and John. Abel was 83 yrs of age 1920 so we can assume he died before 1930 census, so very possible his death certificate would list his parents. I passed that info onto Jen 23 Jul 2015 as she received a bunch of information from Town of Edinburg Saratoga Co NY.
Note-2008 Haskell has her married to maybe 1st Jonathan Baker, 2nd Newman Young. Not going to pursue at this time. But I did and confirmed the marriages are correct. But married Lyon 1st, 2nd Baker, 3rd Newman.
Find a Grave-Edinburg NY Edinburg Hill Cemetery 65997934. 
Rhodes, Mary Polly (I06092)
 
182 1820 Aug 04 Online 2012 Dec 17 Scotland Births & Baptisms 1564-1950.
Janet Grierson b 04 Aug 1820 Ruthwell, Dumfries, Scotland. Father James Grierson, Mother E__ Roddick.
Not saying this is wife of Jones, but something to work on. 
Grierson, Jennette (I03051)
 
183 1830 Census Chapman Brooks not found. **Haight Allegany Co NY There is found: C.R. Bracks (Brooks) Males: und 5 yrs-1, 20-29 yrs-1, // Females: und 5 yrs-1(Could be Carolyn), 20-29 yrs-1. This certainly could be Chapman and family.
1840 Census Rushford Allegany Co NY C. Brooks Males: und 5 yrs-1, 40-49 yrs-1//Females: und 5 yrs-1, 5-9 yrs-1, 15-19 yrs-1 (this female could be Carolyn), 30-39 yrs-1.
1850 Aug 22 Census Rushford Allegany Co NY Chapman Brooks 50 yrs NY Inkeeper, Mary M. 48 yrs CT, Cynthia C. 20 yrs NY, Mary 12 NY, Homer C. 11 NY, Amelia E. 9 yrs NY.
1860 14 Aug Rushford Allegany Co NY Chapman Brooks 62 yrs NY Farmer, Mariah 58 yrs NY, Homer 22 yrs NY, Amelia 19 yrs NY.
1870 Jul 03 Census Rushford Allegany Co NY Chapman Brooks 70 yrs NY Farmer, Mary M. 68 yrs CT.
1880 23 Jun Rushford Allegany Co NY Chapman Brooks 80 yrs NY MASS MAS Ret farmer, Mary M. 78 yrs CT CT CT. Two families below is found Homer Brooks 40 yrs NY, Philinder 40 yrs, Frank 13 yrs, Falcott 4 yrs. 
Brooks, Chapman (I12088)
 
184 1830 census Edinburg Saratoga Co NY Daniel Robinson 50/60 yrs, Females 15/20 yrs-2, 50/60 yrs-1. Daniel is found 10 families above Samuel Downing.
James M. Downing, son of Samuel and Eunice, both from Edinburg Saratoga Co NY, marred Arvilla Malinda Robinson.
Not saying this is Arvilla's father but chances are good that he is. I've not found another Robinson family here this close to Samuel. 
Robinson, Arvilla Salinda (I04959)
 
185 1830 census Yorktown Westchester co NY James Horton Males: und 5 yrs-6 ?, 10/15 yrs -1, 20/30 yrs-1...Females: 20/30 yrs-1, 40/70 yrs-1.
Family below is a Garbriel Horton Males: und 5 yrs-1, 20/30 yrs-1, ...Females:20/30 yrs-1.
The question with finding this Gabriel now is who does he belong to? Certainly not Gabriel sr. born 1767 nor Gabriel jr born 1813. Most likely it is the Gabriel in my index born 1796 to whom I don't connect any parents to.
1840 census Yorktown Westchester Co NY JW Horton Males: 30/40 yrs-1//Females: 5/10 yrs-2, 20/30 yrs-1, 30/40 yrs-1
1850 14 Sep census Yorktown Westchester Co NY James Horton 43 yrs NY Farmer, Tamer 40 yrs NY, Mary D. 1 yr NY, Hellen Hart 16 yrs NY
1860 01 Jul census Yorktown Westchester Co NY James W. Horton 53 yrs NY Farmer value real estate 12,000 personal property 2,000, __? Tamer 52 yrs NY, Mary D. 11 yrs NY, Mary or Nancy D. Horton 78 yrs NY, Helen Hart 25 yrs NY, Albert Hart 13 yrs Color B (Black?)NY
1870 11 Jun census Yorktown Westchester Co NY James Horton 63 yrs NY Farmer value real estate 6000, value personal property 2775, Mary 20 yrs NY value personal property 8000. 
Horton, James Wright (I08437)
 
186 1835 Nov 03 Saratoga NY Sentinel
Republican County Convention
Delagates Edinburg: Solomon Ellithorp 
Ellithorp, Solomon (I19565)
 
187 1840 Census Bradford Steuben Co NY not on same page, there is a Daniel Booth Males: und 5 yrs-1, 30/40 yrs-1 Females: 20/30 yrs-1. Have no idea of relationship but possibly Eden's son. There are also 5 or 5 other Booth families in Steuben Co but found in different townships.
1850 Census Ross Lake Co IN along with Eden 69 yrs is found an Eden Booth 28 yrs, NY Farming, Olive 21 yrs VT, Pesley 3 yrs OH. There are Gordons living with them.
There is an Andrew J. Booth 22 yrs NY Farming also there living with Gordons. Connection? Some folks have Olive (Gordon) Booth. 
Booth, Eden (I10237)
 
188 1840 Census Eagle Allegany Co NY; G. Williams Males: und 5 yrs-1, 15/19 yrs-1, 50/59-1 //Females: 5/9 yrs-1, 10/14 yrs-1, 15/19 yrs-1, 40/49 yrs-1. Is this Gideon Williams, father of Oren, and Lyman? I believe so. Male under 5 yrs matches to Lyman, and male 15/19 yrs certainly matches Oren's age. Wyoming Co NY was not established until 1841, area was taken from Genesee Co NY. This is why the 1840 census lists as Allegany Co versus Wyoming.
Town of Eagle is just east of Arcade Wyoming Co NY
There are no other Williams close to this particular one on census record.
1842 Nov 12 Gideon Williams dies.
1850 24 Aug Census Town of Eagle Wyoming Co NY Fanny Williams 51 yrs NY, Orin C. 28 yrs NY Farmer, Lyman S. 10 yrs NY
21 Nov 2012 Find a Grave Bliss Wyoming Co NY Lyonsburg Cemetery vol 120610955. 
Williams, Gideon (I20353)
 
189 1840 Census Edinburgh Saratoga Co NY Benjamin Loss Males: 15/20 yrs-1, 20/30 yrs-1, 50/60-1//Females: 10/15 yrs-1, 15/20 yrs-2, 20/30 yrs -2, 50/60 yrs-1. Loss, Benjamin (I17621)
 
190 1840 Census Sugar Grove Warren Co PA Elisha Devereaux Males: und 5 yrs-1, 5/10 yrs-1, 15/20 yrs-1//Females: und 5 yrs-1, 5/10 yrs-1, 10/15 yrs-1, 20/30 yrs-1.
There is a good bet that this is family of Olive that married Gilbert Gage. Info here for future research.
1910 Apr 15 Farmington Warren Co PA Aaron Trask 51 yrs NY NY NY Farmer, Lua 51 yrs 13 born 11 alive PA NY PA, Mattie 18 yrs PA, William 16 yrs PA, Olga 14 yrs PA, Daisy 13 yrs PA, Margie 12 yrs PA, Lenore 10 yrs PA,Elmer 9 yrs PA, Herbert 5 yrs PA, Mother n law Olive Gage 81 yrs widow 2 born 1 alive PA NY ME.
1911 Jun 04 Death Registration Warren Co PA Olive C. Gage 27 Dec 1928 PA father Elisha Devereaux, mother Huldah Ellis.
OBITUARY
07 Jun 1911 Jamestown Evening Journal
MRS. OLIVE DEVEREAUX Gage,
Farmington, June 7.?Mrs. Olive Devereaux Gage, died at the home at her daughter, Mrs. Aaron Trask, Sunday June 4, aged 82 years. She has been a great sufferer for some time
from a cancer on her face. She leaves the one daughter and an adopted son, Will Gage, of Jamestown, N. Y., also one brother, Preston Dwvereaux, of Farmington, and one sister, Mrs. Frank Smith of Jamestown and 12 grandchlldren, Mrs. Gage lost a brother and sister by death within the past two months, Richard Devereaux of Busti. N. Y., aged 87 years and Mrs.
Morton of Sugar Grove, aged 90 years.
The funeral was held at Farmington,Tuesday,
So the 1840 census was correct. 
Devereaux, Olive C. (I11849)
 
191 1842 Dec 13 BIRTH Rammelsbach (BA.Kusel) Bayern, Germany Jacob Becker Father Wilhelm Becker, Mother Phillippina Schneider.
1842 Dec 26 Christening Jacob Becker Kusel, Bayern, Germany Father Wilhelm Becker, Mother Phillippina Schneider.
Is this our Jacob? Here for the future researcher.

Id#: 0019224
Name: Becker, Jacob A.
Date: Jan. 28, 1926
Source: Cemetery record; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #005.
Notes: Becker-Jacob A., beloved husband of the late Theora L., father of Frank, Mrs. Alice M. Sikes, Louise, William J., and Mrs. Anna Brown, at residence, 2672 E. 61st street, Saturday, Jan. 23, at 10 p. m. Funeral from late residence, Thursday, Jan. 28, at 2:30 p.m. Friends invited. 1/23/1926. age 83. Woodland Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio.

Name: Becker, Jacob A.
1926 Jan. 28
Source: Cemetery record; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #005.
Notes: Becker-Jacob A., beloved husband of the late Theora L., father of
Frank, Mrs. Alice M. Sikes, Louise, William J., and Mrs. Anna Brown, at
residence, 2672 E. 61st street, Saturday, Jan. 23, at 10 p. m. Funeral from
late residence, Thursday, Jan. 28, at 2:30 p.m. Friends invited. 1/23/1926.
age 83. Woodland Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio.
Name: Jacob A. Becker
Titles:
Death date: 23 Jan 1926
Death place: Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio
Birthdate:
Estimated birth year: 1843
Birthplace:
Age at death: 83 years 1 month 13 days
Gender: Male
Marital status: Married
Race or color:
Street address:
Occupation:
Residence:
Burial date:
Burial place:
Cemetery name:
Spouse's name: Theora L. Becker
Father's name: William Becker
Father's titles:
Father's birthplace:
Mother's name:
Mother's titles:
Mother's birthplace:
GSU film number: 1984078
Digital GS number: 4020889
Image number: 1880
Reference number: fn 1704
Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953
Find a Grave-Cleveland OH Woodland Cemetery 49012219. 
Becker, Jacob A. (I08320)
 
192 1843 Sep 05 Schenectady NY The Cabinet
Co Partnership-- H.W. Horton, having taken into co partnership Joseph Sibley, the business here after be conducted under the firm of Horton & Sibley.
H.W. Horton
Joseph Sibley
Schenectady, July 10, 1843
There were several other newspaper ads found online via GenealogyBank.com for Henry advertising his store wares in Schenectady NY.
1844 Aug 13 Cabinet Schenectady NY
Dissolution. The partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Horton & Sibley, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons having unsettled accounts with the late firm, are requested to attend to their immediate settlement with Joseph Sibley, who is authorized to adjust the same.
Henry W. Horton,
Joseph Sibley
Census-1850 Schenectady Co NY Wm Horton 60 yrs peddler, Rumamia 56 yrs, Henry 26 yrs tin smith, Emma 26 yrs, Lemor 20 yrs tin smith, Deborah 17 yrs, Mary 14 yrs.
Census-1855 Binghamton NY all here 3 yrs, Henry M. or W. Horton 31 yrs Schuyler Co tinman, wife, Mariah 28 yrs Schuyler Co, roomer Seymour J. Horton 25 yrs tinman Schenectady Co.
Census-1865 Binghamton NY Henry Horton 40 yrs Saratoga Co hardware, Lusy 35 yrs Broome, Eddie 5 yrs Broome Co, father William 75 yrs Montgomery Co.
Marriage-1870 Old Fulton Post Cards West Day Saratoga Co NY Henry Horton to Chole Fraker (her married name).
Little confusion here with finding marriage for Henry and Chloe..who is the mother to Edna? Sure wish Henry could be found 1860 NY census. My thought is Edna is Henry's 1st wife's child.
Census-1870 Binghamton Ward 1 Broome Co NY Henry Horton 46 yrs hardware dealer, Chloe 45 yrs, Eda (Edith) 10 yrs, father William 75 yrs. All born NY State.
City Directory-1872-1873 Binghamton NY Horton, Brother & Myer )Henry W. and Seymour S. Horton, and Hiram M. Myer,) stoves, tin, heavy shelf hardware.
Census-1875 Binghamton Broome Co NY H.W. Horton 51 b Schenectady Co NY, hardware merchant, C.C. 50 born Saratoga Co NY, Eda M. 15 born Broome Co NY.
Census-1880 Binghamton Broome Co NY Henry W. 56 yrs tin smith, Chloe 55 yrs, Edeth 20 yrs @ school teacher.
Census-1892 Binghamton NY Henry W. Horton 68 yrs retired, Chloe C. 68 yrs.
Death-18 Feb 1895 Henry W. Horton died in his chair Friday morning at Binghamton at the age of 78 years of heart trouble. Henry W. Horton of Blnghamfon died suddenly last Friday morning, aged 73
years. He had Just, finished sweeping the snow from the sidewalk, and was sitting In a chair when he suddenly expired. Heart disease was the cause.
He leaves a wife and one daughter, Edna, one brother Seymour S. Horton, and three sisters, Mrs. Wickwire of Deposit, Mrs. Maston of Middletown, N. Y., and Mrs. Starkweather of Demerest, Ga.
Will-1896 Broome Co NY executors of Will are wife Chloe and dau Eda. He left 1K to Chloe's son Addison S. Fraker.Also, Henry's middle name by signature on Will is White.
Note-2008 There are two Henry Hortons born 1824 and living in Broome Co NY one's father & mother is Gabriel & Eliza, the other parents William and Rumania. Been confusing separating them.
Find a Grave-Binghamton NY Spring Forest Cemetery 83726763. 
Horton, Henry White (I00532)
 
193 1850 Aug 01 Census Rome Crawford Co PA Franklin Rhodes 37 yrs NY Farmer, Mary 34 yrs NY, Maria 12 yrs NY, George 11 yrs NY, David 7yrs PA, Minerva 6 yrs PA, Benj 3 yrs, Melipa 8 mos PA. Below family is a John Rhodes 60 yrs NY, Jane 38 yrs NY, David 6 yrs NY.
1860 Census Rome Crawford Co PA Franklin Rhoads 47 yrs VT, Mary 44 yrs VT, George 20 yrs NY, Benjamin 13 yrs PA, Ann 15 yrs PA, Rosalie 10 yrs PA, Esther 6 yrs PA. Mary 2 yrs PA.
1870 Aug 26 Census Rome Crawford Co PA Franklin Rhodes 56 yrs VT Farmer, Mary 59 yrs VT, David 24 yrs PA, Esthend (Minerva)16 yrs PA, Mary M. 12 yrs PA.
1880 Jun 10 Census Rome Crawford Co PA Perry McAnallen 39 yrs PA PA PA Laborer, Melissa 30 yrs PA VT VT, Cora 10 yrs PA, Mary 6 yrs PA, Idella (Sarah Idella) 4 yrs PA, Annie 2 yrs PA, Father/law Franklin Rhodes 67 yrs VT NY MA Farmer.
2015 Jul 31 I believe there is a connection btn this Franklin and our line of Rhodes. Connection not made yet. Franklin was from Washington Co NY. His grt,grt,grt grandfather was born in DutchessRemember our James Gabriel from Warren Co NY by 1860 was also found in Crawford Co PA. And another George Rhodes b 1803 Washington Co NY was also removed to Crawford Co PA by 1850. 
Rhodes, Franklin (I23308)
 
194 1850 Aug 06 Census Edinburg Saratoga Co NY Richard Simpson 45 yrs, Betsey 40, Joel 22, Polly 20, Mary 18, Melinda 17, William 12, Adelia 7, John 6, Leander 4, Henry 2.
Not saying this is parents to Maryetta but mighty close to her birth year. It's here for future research.
Richard 1803+- 10 Nov 1889 is buried in Clarkville Cemetery Saratoga Co NY as is Maryette. Richard's wife is named as Elizabeth Greenfield.
Several of Richard and Betsey's children are also buried in Clarkville Cemetery.
2010 Feb 23
After spending several hours today working on the Downings and Simpsons I have determined that Mary is actually Marietta or vice versus. So I have entered her correctly as daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Simpson. And correctly as wife to Samuel C. Downing Jr. It is too confusing to explain all that I went through to make this determination but believe you me it is correct. Actually what really confirms the above is the 1910 Edinburg Saratoga Co NY census where Marietta Downing 79 yrs is listed as sister to Leander W. Simpson. 
Simpson, Maryette (I07461)
 
195 1850 Aug 30 Census Busti Chaut Co NY John Campbell 46 yrs PA, Sally 36 yrs NY, Abby 16 yrs NY, Henry 15 yrs NY, Clara 12 yrs NY,** (Alta)** 10 yrs NY, Woodley 3 yrs, Augusta 1 yr NY.
1860 Jun 25 Census Busti NY John Campbell 56 yrs OH, Sally 46 yrs NY, Clara 22 yrs NY,
**(Altana)** 19 yrs NY, Woodley 16 yrs NY, Augusta 10 yrs NY, Abbie Bush 79 yrs MA, Boarder Orlando Stoddard 25 yrs NY, Abbie R. Stoddard 26 yrs NY.
1870 Jul 09 Census Busti Chautauqua Co NY Harmon Mitchell 45 yrs NY Miller, Lucy A. 38 yrs NY, John K. 18 yrs NY, Geo. W. 14 yrs NY, Minnie 3 yrs NY.
1870 Aug 02 Census Busti Chautauqua Co NY Head Orlando Stoddard (anc.com has it Stolard) 35 yrs NY Farm hand, Abigail 36 yrs NY, Merl C. 9 yrs NY, Clyde C. Way (anc.com has it Wray) 7 yrs NY.
Family above: John Campbell 66 yrs PA, Sally 56 yrs, Abbie 36 yrs, Woodley W. 27 yrs, Augusta 21 yrs.
I first thought Orlando's wife had to be John's daughter Abby, 16 yrs of age 1850 census, but 1870 census curtails that thought. Where oh where is Altana 30 yrs 1870 census?
1880 Jun 9 Census Kendall McKean Co PA Harmon Mitchell 55 yrs NY Vt Vt Post Master, Atlana 39 NY VA NY, daughter Minnie 13 yrs NY, stepson Clyde Mitchell (??) 16 yrs NY.
1900 Jun 02 Census Bolivar Allegany Co NY Head Harmon G. Mitchell 75 yrs Nov 1824 NY NH VT Dry Goods Merchant, Altana C. 59 yrs Aug 1840 married 20 yrs 1 born 1 alive NY OH NY, Stepson Cyde C. Way 36 yrs Jan 1864 NY NY NY Piano Agent.
1910 Apr 19 Census Berkeley Alameda Co CA Clyde Way 46 yrs 1st marriage for 20 yrs VI PA VI Travelling salesman, Agnes 46 yrs 2nd marriage 1 born 0 alive Scot.
1920 & 1930 Census Berkeley Alameda Co CA...both Clyde & Agnes.
Death Record online Familysearch.org.
1913 Mar 15 Jamestown Chaut Co NY Altana Campbell Mitchell 72 yrs b 1841 Father: John Campbell, Mother: Sarah 
Way, Clyde Clifton (I12499)
 
196 1850 Aug 30 Census Busti Chaut Co NY John Campbell 46 yrs PA, Sally 36 yrs NY, Abby 16 yrs NY, Henry 15 yrs NY, Clara 12 yrs NY,** (Alta)** 10 yrs NY, Woodley 3 yrs, Augusta 1 yr NY.
1860 Jun 25 Census Busti NY John Campbell 56 yrs OH, Sally 46 yrs NY, Clara 22 yrs NY,
**(Altana)** 19 yrs NY, Woodley 16 yrs NY, Augusta 10 yrs NY, Abbie Bush 79 yrs MA, Boarder Orlando Stoddard 25 yrs NY, Abbie R. Stoddard 26 yrs NY.
1870 Jul 09 Census Busti Chautauqua Co NY Harmon Mitchell 45 yrs NY Miller, Lucy A. 38 yrs NY, John K. 18 yrs NY, Geo. W. 14 yrs NY, Minnie 3 yrs NY.
1870 Aug 02 Census Busti Chautauqua Co NY Head Orlando Stoddard (anc.com has it Stolard) 35 yrs NY Farm hand, Abigail 36 yrs NY, Merl C. 9 yrs NY, Clyde C. Way (anc.com has it Wray) 7 yrs NY.
Family above: John Campbell 66 yrs PA, Sally 56 yrs, Abbie 36 yrs, Woodley W. 27 yrs, Augusta 21 yrs.
Where oh where is Altana 30 yrs 1870 census?
1880 Jun 9 Census Kendall McKean Co PA Harmon Mitchell 55 yrs NY Vt Vt Post Master, Atlana 39 NY VA NY, daughter Minnie 13 yrs NY, stepson Clyde Mitchell (??) 16 yrs NY.
1900 Jun 02 Census Bolivar Allegany Co NY Head Harmon G. Mitchell 75 yrs Nov 1824 NY NH VT Dry Goods Merchant, Altana C. 59 yrs Aug 1840 married 20 yrs 1 born 1 alive NY OH NY, Stepson Clyde C. Way 36 yrs Jan 1864 NY NY NY Piano Agent.
1910 Apr 19 Census Berkely Alameda Co CA Clyde Way 46 yrs 1st marriage for 20 yrs VI PA VI Travelling salesman, Agnes 46 yrs 2nd marriage 1 born 0 alive Scot.
Death Record online Familysearch.org.
1913 Mar 15 Jamestown Chaut Co NY Altana Campbell Mitchell 72 yrs b 1841 Father: John Campbell, Mother: Sarah
TO:
'Chuck Rhodes'
2011 Friday, November 11
?Back home?just checked a few records?
?The 1880 census is the correct one.?
?Harmon G. Mitchell was md 1 to a Lucy (nee Kidder) and had a daughter Minnie.? He is found in Busti in 1860, 1863 and 1870.? He was widowed when Lucy died 31 May 1877 (Find a Grave, LakeView Cemetery, Jamestown).? According to the 1900 census Harmon and Altana married about 1880.? A new family tree on Ancestry gives a marriage for them of 6 Feb. 1879.? ??Harmon and Lucy had a daughter Minnie who turns up with him in the 1880 census.? Harmon died 6 may 1906 (Find a Grave, LakeView Cemetery, Jamestown).
?Altana is still missing in 1870.? I believe/suspect that Aaron died between 1865-1870 although it?s entirely possible that he was still around with no contact with the family.? That leaves more than 10 yrs. before Altana marries Harmon Mitchell.? It?s possible that she married again in between Aaron and Harmon and left Aaron to live with her sister.? I?ve searched by first name and cannot find her, but with such an unusual first name, it?s hard to predict how it might appear in the transcriptions.
?More background on Altana?she is the daughter of John and Sally M. Campbell, found in Busti in 1860.? Her sister Abbie is also living in the house with her husband Orlando Stoddard.? (on page 9).? Unfortunately I haven?t found Aaron in 1860 and the Busti census in 51 pages long?a lot to page though.? Of course, if Aaron was a physician, in 1860 he may have been away at school ?
?It is also strange that I can?t find anything more about Aaron given his profession as a physician.? I will put him on my list for the next visit to the Fenton Museum.? He?s not mentioned in the county histories, but maybe they have some other documents listing physicians.?
?I might also pitch this to a fellow researcher who I work w/ on another line.? She sometimes has a way of finding unusual online sources that I can?t locate.
?Will let you know if I find anything more.
Nancy
HEMON BUSH 1777 - 1839, came to Busti from Litchfield, N. Y. in 1810 and purchased land from the Holland Land Company. He purchased more land in 1811 and 1812 on lots
60 - 61 and 59 (400 acres). In June 1812 he settled in Busti. He married ABIGAIL FROSS 1780 - 1872, of English descent, born in West Springfield, Mass. They had eleven children: Their sons were: HEMON C., SELDEN F., HIRAM, SOLON, SOLOMON and STEPHEN, and among their daughters was SALLY MARIA, 1814 - 1893. Hemon Bush built the first store and ashery and the first saw-mill in Busti. The saw-mill was located one-quarter mile south of the village on the bank of Stillwater Creek. He also built a grist-mill. He planted an orchard with seeds brought from Massachusetts. He built the first hotel or tavern which served also as their home.
THE HEMON BUSH TAVERN was constructed of eight inch planks and originally had six fireplaces. The kitchen fireplace was the largest and was the favorite of the Indians who often spent the night in the house. They wrapped themselves in their blankets and slept in front of the hearth. This tavern has a remarkable history. In this building the Mt. Moriah Lodge of the Masons, chartered September 27, 1817, held its first meeting. It is the county's second oldest lodge, only a year younger than Forest Lodge, in Canadaway (Fredonia). Hemon Bush was the first Worshipful Master of Mt. Moriah Lodge, No. 145. In 1921 the lodge honored the memory of its first Master by erecting at his grave in the Busti Cemetery a large monument commemorating Hemon Bush. There was a closed attic in the tavern with only a small window where the Masons may have held some of their meetings. Mrs. Abbie Stoddard Strickland has a chest of drawers in which they kept their regalia.
In August 1923 in connection with the Busti Centennial, the lodge, under special dispensation, held a communication in the room in the Hemon Bush House at Busti in which the first lodge was instituted in September 1917. The original tin jewels were used and the minutes of the first meeting were read.
In 1949 a celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Modern Lodge in Jamestown was held and also observance of the first charter in 1817, signed by Gov. DeWitt Clinton, then Grand Master of the State of New York, when the consecration ceremonies were held in the tavern in Busti with Hemon Bush as First Master. Jamestown was picked for the site of the lodge and the lodge was known as the Mt. Moriah Lodge in the Town of Ellicott. At this first consecration ceremony, one hundred and thirty two years ago, the tin jewels, and The Square Compass of Masonry, were used (silver not being easy to procure at the time). In 1949 these original tin jewels having been carefully guarded and kept in a bank safety deposit box all these many years were on display for visiting Masons. In those early days the meetings were held at 2 o'clock in the afternoon during the winter and at 5 o'clock in the summer - and never unless absolutely necessary did the session last longer than 9 o'clock. This was to save lights. The modes of travel were primitive as the lights. There were no railways or telegraph. Postage was high, the mails were carried on horseback and news traveled at a snails pace.
Also in this Hemon Bush Tavern, in what was known as the Long Room, the first meeting of the Busti Town Board was held March 2, 1824.
For many years the old building retained the built-in benches along the walls. The second floor remodeled into bedrooms had the rounded ceiling of the tavern ballroom. After the death of Hemon Bush in 1839, the tavern home was purchased by JOHN CAMPBELL 1803 - 1895 who married Hemon's daughter SALLY MARIA. He also purchased between 100 and 200 acres of the land.
JOHN CAMPBELL was a dairy and sheep farmer. In early days he and his brother ALEXANDER CAMPBELL 1805 - 1884 would cut lumber in Busti and float the logs down the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers to Cincinnati where they sold the logs to be cut in saw-mills. On one of these trips Alexander met and married in West Virginia his second wife, ELLEN MAC DONALD (Scotch descent). His first wife had been MARTHA BUSH, 1815 - 1831. John and Sally Campbell had six children: 1. Abbie Roselle 1833 - 1887, 2. Hemon 1835 - 1864, 3. Clarinda (called Clara) 1837 - 1907, 4. Altana (called Tane) 1840 - 1913, 5. Woodley Williamson 1843 - 1893 and 6. Augusta Fidelia (called Gusta) 1849 - 1922. John and Sally Campbell were baptized February 17, 1832 in Jamestown.
John Campbell lived to be 92 years old.
1. ABBIE ROSELLE CAMPBELL married ORLANDO JOY STODDARD 1834 - 1918.
2. HEMON CAMPBELL married SUSAN DAVIS 1834 - 1905.
3. CLARINDA CAMPBELL married HIRAM D. STODDARD 1837 - 1915, son of Rev. Ira C. Stoddard.
4. ALTANA CAMPBELL married first AARON C. WAY. There was a son, CLYDE CLIFTON 1863 - 1940. Later she married HARMON G. MITCHELL 1824 - 1906, of Busti.
5. WOODLEY CAMPBELL, a missionary married LYDIA M. JONES 1850 - 192?.
6. AUGUSTA CAMPBELL married CLARENCE ANDREWS 1849 - 1922. 
Campbell, Altana (Tana) (I12958)
 
197 1850 Aug 30 Census Busti Chaut Co NY John Campbell 46 yrs PA, Sally 36 yrs NY, Abby 16 yrs NY, Henry 15 yrs NY, Clara 12 yrs NY,** (Alta)** 10 yrs NY, Woodley 3 yrs, Augusta 1 yr NY.
1860 Jun 25 Census Busti NY John Campbell 56 yrs OH, Sally 46 yrs NY, Clara 22 yrs NY,
**(Altana)** 19 yrs NY, Woodley 16 yrs NY, Augusta 10 yrs NY, Abbie Bush 79 yrs MA, Boarder Orlando Stoddard 25 yrs NY, Abbie R. Stoddard 26 yrs NY.
HEMON BUSH 1777 - 1839, came to Busti from Litchfield, N. Y. in 1810 and purchased land from the Holland Land Company. He purchased more land in 1811 and 1812 on lots
60 - 61 and 59 (400 acres). In June 1812 he settled in Busti. He married ABIGAIL FROSS 1780 - 1872, of English descent, born in West Springfield, Mass. They had eleven
children: Their sons were: HEMON C., SELDEN F., HIRAM (called :HI”), SOLON, SOLOMON and STEPHEN, and among their daughters was SALLY MARIA, 1814 - 1893. Hemon Bush built the first store and ashery and the first saw-mill in Busti. The saw-mill was located one-quarter mile south of the village on the bank of Stillwater Creek. He also built a grist-mill. He planted an orchard with seeds brought from Massachusetts. He built the first hotel or tavern which served also as their home.
Chautauqua History THE HEMON BUSH TAVERN was constructed of eight inch planks and originally had six fireplaces. The kitchen fireplace was the largest and was the favorite of the Indians who often spent the night in the house. They wrapped themselves in their blankets and slept in front of the hearth. This tavern has a remarkable history. In this building the Mt. Moriah Lodge of the Masons, chartered September 27, 1817, held its first meeting. It is the county’s second oldest lodge, only a year younger than Forest Lodge, in Canadaway (Fredonia). Hemon Bush was the first Worshipful Master of Mt. Moriah Lodge, No. 145. In 1921 the lodge honored the memory of its first Master by erecting at his grave in the Busti Cemetery a large monument commemorating Hemon Bush. There was a closed attic in the tavern with only a small window where the Masons may have held some of their meetings. Mrs. Abbie Stoddard Strickland has a chest of drawers in which they kept their regalia.
In August 1923 in connection with the Busti Centennial, the lodge, under special dispensation, held a communication in the room in the Hemon Bush House at Busti in which the first lodge was instituted in September 1917. The original tin jewels were used and the minutes of the first meeting were read.
In 1949 a celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Modern Lodge in Jamestown was held and also observance of the first charter in 1817, signed by Gov. DeWitt Clinton, then
Grand Master of the State of New York, when the consecration ceremonies were held in the tavern in Busti with Hemon Bush as First Master. Jamestown was picked for the site of the lodge and the lodge was known as the Mt. Moriah Lodge in the Town of Ellicott. At this first consecration ceremony, one hundred and thirty two years ago, the tin jewels, “The Square Compass” of Masonry, were used (silver not being easy to procure at the time). In 1949 these original “tin jewels” having been carefully guarded and kept in a bank safety deposit box all these many years were on display for visiting Masons. In those early days the meetings were held at 2 o’clock in the afternoon during the winter and at 5 o’clock in the summer - and never unless absolutely necessary did the session last longer than 9 o’clock. This was to save lights. The modes of travel were primitive as the lights. There were no railways or telegraph. Postage was high, the mails were carried on horseback and news traveled at a snail’s pace.
Also in this Hemon Bush Tavern, in what was known as the “Long Room”, the first meeting of the Busti Town Board was held March 2, 1824.
For many years the old building retained the built-in benches along the walls. The second floor remodeled into bedrooms had the rounded ceiling of the tavern ballroom. After the
death of Hemon Bush in 1839, the tavern home was purchased by JOHN CAMPBELL 1803 - 1895 who married Hemon’s daughter SALLY MARIA. He also purchased
between 100 and 200 acres of the land.
JOHN CAMPBELL was a dairy and sheep farmer. In early days he and his brother ALEXANDER CAMPBELL 1805 - 1884 would cut lumber in Busti and float the logs down the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers to Cincinnati where they sold the logs to be cut in saw-mills. On one of these trips Alexander met and married in West Virginia his second wife, ELLEN MAC DONALD (Scotch descent). His first wife had been MARTHA BUSH, 1815 - 1831. John and Sally Campbell had six children: 1. Abbie Roselle 1833 - 1887, 2. Hemon 1835 - 1864, 3. Clarinda (called Clara) 1837 - 1907, 4. Altana (called Tane) 1840 - 1913, 5. Woodley Williamson 1843 - 1893 and 6. Augusta Fidelia (called Gusta) 1849 - 1922. John and Sally Campbell were baptized February 17, 1832 in Jamestown.
John Campbell lived to be 92 years old.
1. ABBIE ROSELLE CAMPBELL married ORLANDO JOY STODDARD 1834 - 1918.
2. HEMON CAMPBELL married SUSAN DAVIS 1834 - 1905.
3. CLARINDA CAMPBELL married HIRAM D. STODDARD 1837 - 1915, son of Rev. Ira C. Stoddard.
4. ALTANA CAMPBELL married first AARON C. WAY. There was a son, CLYDE CLIFTON 1863 - 1940. Later she married HARMON G. MITCHELL 1824 - 1906, of Busti.
5. WOODLEY CAMPBELL, a missionary married LYDIA M. JONES 1850 - 192?.
6. AUGUSTA CAMPBELL married CLARENCE ANDREWS 1849 - 1922. 
Campbell, John (I13016)
 
198 1850 Census Chautauqua Co NY listed as Philetta J. Clarke. Was she daughter of Ester Clarke?
1870 Census Steuben Co IN listed as Lettie Ellithorp living with Amasa and Ester Clark Ellithorp. 
Clark, Philetta Jane (I11275)
 
199 1850 Census Great Salt Lake UT Robert Thompson 24 yrs Eng Brickmaker, Philinda 24 yrs NY, Benjamin 1 yr ?, Sally Loss 64 yrs VT.
Is Philinda a daughter of Sally? I would guess yes.
2015 Mar 02 Following information taken from Find a Grave:
Sally Brooks Loss was the daughter of Ebenezer Brooks and Sarah Bliss, and was born in Windham County, Vermont. She married Benjamin Loss on 16 Apr 1807, and died on 20 March 1872 in Salt Lake City, Utah.  
Brooks, Sally (I17622)
 
200 1850 census she is named Hanna.
1855 & 60 her name is now Elizabeth
Not able to connect her to husband 1870/1880. There are a couple possibilities being a John Shears Saratoga Co NY. It would just be a wild guess have no definitive proof. 
Rhodes, Elizabeth Hanna (I00462)
 

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